Of or relating to Russia, its people, or their language,
Of or relating to Russia, its people, or their language
A native or national of Russia
A person of Russian descent
(in general use) A national of the former Soviet Union
The East Slavic language of Russia
of or pertaining to or characteristic of Russia or its people or culture or language; "Russian dancing"
a native or inhabitant of Russia
the Slavic language that is the official language of Russia
(russia) Soviet Union: a former communist country in eastern Europe and northern Asia; established in 1922; included Russia and 14 other soviet socialist republics (Ukraine and Byelorussia and others); officially dissolved 31 December 1991
(russia) a former empire in eastern Europe and northern Asia created in the 14th century with Moscow as the capital; powerful in the 17th and 18th centuries under Peter the Great and Catherine the Great when Saint Petersburg was the capital; overthrown by revolution in 1917
The Russian White, Russian Black, and Russian Tabby are breeds of cat created in 1971, derived from the Russian Blue. The Black and Tabby Russians came from the original mating which created the Russian White. It is appropriate to consider their origins first.
The Russian is a Marvel Comics supervillain created by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon to become an assassin during the Punisher's relaunch in November 2000.
The Russian people (русские, russkiye) are an ethnic group of the East Slavic peoples, primarily living in Russia and neighboring countries.
Russian orthography (правописание, pravopisaniye) is formally considered to encompass spelling (орфография, orfografiya) and punctuation (пунктуация, punktuatsiya). ...
Russian wine refers to wine made in the Russian Federation and to some extent wines made in the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics though this later referencing is an inaccurate representation of wines from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine. H. Johnson & J. ...
Russia (Россия|r=Rossiya), also officially known as the Russian Federation (Российская Федерация|r=Rossiyskaya Federatsiya), is a state in northern Eurasia. It is a federal semi-presidential republic, comprising 83 federal subjects. ...
(Russianness) The quality or characteristic of being Russian
(Russia) A country in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. The Country extends from the Gulf of Finland to the Pacific Ocean, and was part of the USSR from 1922 to 1991. ...
(RUSSIA) region in which a series of unconscious, destructive aspects of Western civilization are revealed (see also WEST). The term is derived from the title of Boris Groys’ text “Russia as the Unconscious of the West” (Rossia kak podsoznanie Zapada). See B. ...
(Russia) 7.2 million hectares
(Russia) A reddish brown calfskin impregnated with birch bark oil.
(Russia) It was not originally called vodka — instead, the term bread wine was used. Until mid-18th century, it remained relatively low on alcohol content, not exceeding 40% by volume. It was mostly sold in taverns and was quite expensive. ...
(Russia) Khanty-Mansiysk · Penza · Saransk
(Russia) Official name: Russian Federation. (Part of the former Soviet Union) On January 1, 1998, a (new) ruble was introduced; 1 (new) ruble is equivalent to 1,000 (old) rubles. Monetary unit: 1 ruble (Rub) = 100 kopecks. ...
(Russia) Russian President Vladimir Putin surprised many with his quick support for U.S. war on terrorism, particularly pressuring former Soviet republics in Central Asia to give U.S. access to military bases. Might help by providing intelligence and other non-military help. ...
(Russia) St. Petersburg, Imperial Library, 35,350 manuscripts; Moscow, Library of the Holy Synod, 513 Greek manuscripts, 1819 Slavic manuscripts
(Russia) Tanned hide treated with birch-bark oil, frequently diced, i.e. incised with intersecting diagonal lines.
(Russia) White, blue, and red horizontal bars (the white bar is on the top, the red bar is on the bottom).
(Russia) and France both have Judah as their primary tribe. Russia has been struggling in this century to obtain the scepter of power for themselves alone just as France has in the past. ...
(Russia) used to symbolize repression of feelings due to the repressive regime there. More recently it symbolizes openly expression your feelings. If Russia can open up – so can you!